Well, it's big for me. Probably very small from your point of view.
It's a 35X75 hardwood floor in a restaurant dining room floor. about 2/3 of the floor is very old and has several areas that look terrible from golfers walking on it in their golf cleats back in the mid 1950's. The other 1/3 of it is a newer pine hardwood that shouldn't give me any problems. I plan on cleaning or removing any acrylic finish on it before I use Basic's liquid bonding Tykote and 2 coats of Streetshoe Gloss on it.
It's great on clean to sort of clean floors.
On a caked restaurant I expect a video of the most epic of Petrified tantrums.